Legal, Moral AI Challenges Addressed at Dec. 5 Content Protection Summit
At the Dec. 5 Content Production Summit (CPS), presented by the Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA), Hasbro’s Nick Matlach, director of global security compliance, and Evelynn Glausman, program manager of corporate IP security, will present “A Look at the Legal and Moral Challenges of AI.”
The speed of the development, training, and leveraging of AI is leading many people to raise significant concerns over some of the legal and moral implications of using the technology.
There are so many questions around who owns the rights to the materials which AI engines are being trained on and what is real or fake. As the use of this technology becomes increasingly pervasive, we need to try to find some answers.
This session will explore this landscape and provide some perspectives on how to weigh up the opportunities and the risks.
“Where Security and AI Collide” is the theme of the Content Production Summit, the premiere gathering of the top security and asset protection minds in the M&E industry.
The full-day event at the Culver Theatre in Culver City will see industry stakeholders mingle with counterparts, demo the latest offerings from top Hollywood vendors, and watch presentations, with an emphasis on the intersection of AI and security.
Keynotes, panel discussions, and technology showcases are designed to offer senior-level content and information security experts the key information around the latest in content protection across the entire supply chain for entertainment. Production security, post-production workflows and the growing ecosystems of platforms and connectivity that are driving the secure content creation and distribution process.
Additionally, anti-piracy and IP protection will be covered as our industry works collaboratively to secure our most important assets.
Produced by MESA, the Content Production Summit is presented by Fortinet, and sponsored by Convergent Risks, Amazon Studios Technology, Indee, NAGRA, and EIDR, in association with CDSA and the Hollywood IT Society (HITS)